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IL MAREAN, M. D., .
Homeopathic Physician anil Surgeon, j1
Olllc 14U Commercial avenue. Residence corner
Fourteenth St. aud v ariilnRton avenue, Cairo,
ft. E. W: WIIITLOCK,
Ofni' No. 136 Commertlitl Avenue, duxMi
Simula and Muib Street
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,'
omCE-Eijilitli Street, near Coiumerolal .Kvvnue,
rpioMAS LEWIS, .
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
CFFU G;-VHU the Widows' ami Oorpliana' Mu
tual Aid Society.
ATTORN E VS-AT-L AW.
IXEGAU & LANSDEN,
Attorne vs-a tfjLa w.
OFF1CK No. 113 Commercial A vemus.
Jon METROPOLIS AND PADUCAIL
nifFwheei 1'uflf.cngw Steamer '
Leaves Cairo every afternoon at a o'clock, for
Paducah, Metropolis' and way laudinirs. For
freight orpassiinu apply to .SOL. A. SILVER,
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday. Juno IB, the knit will make
tUe following trips:
LKAVItS LEA VIS . LKAVEH
Hoot Fourth st Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'fj.
7 a. tn.
11 a. ni.
-.:i0 p. m.
7:40 ai m.
::!() a. nt.
11 :.'W n. ni.
0:30 a. m.
8 ft. in.
In a. in.
3 p. iu.
10 a. m.
4 p. in.
tt a. in.
3 p. in.
JlSSK HiNKLS, N. B. TniSTI.EVVOOP, J. II. Moor
. & Moore, .
- - - ;
Fanner's Tobacco Warehouse
' No?, li'i and H'T Comtncrclul Avenue,
IBLIheral Advancements made on Consign
meulii of Tobacco, Flour, and Grain.
tyA;;t Ms for dear, Hcolt 4 Co. threshing ma
chines, portable saw mill anil throehiutr endues.
Azents forChamplou unrvestluB machines, mowers
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
!' K I c K:
01. Twelfth Street and Levee,
J. T. WARREN & CO.
04 & 66 W. Second St.
Foreign und Domestic dried aud canned Fruits and
Vegetables. Canned, dried aud salt Fish, Pick
les, Sauces, Oils aud Cotidlinonts. Hoitp
stuffs, Baking Powders, ground an(
whole Spices. Toilet and Laundry
Boaps. Seeds, Jellies. Preserves
Fancy Groceries and Oro
Stock unparalleled in tlie West. '
SEND FOR OCR "GROCERS' MANUEL."
Variety Bracket Stove,
Cnniuwlol Avf mu Corner Ninth Street,
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. LOCAL REPORT.
SlOKAl OFTire, I
Caiho, 111., septumln
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IX AND AROUND THBjJ CITY.
it twenty talesmen iiom the
country, arrived by the Aariw-iUiiugc,
Chicago ice cream nt the AY. C. T. I'...
supper, this evening. Remember taut, out
don't forget that it conies under the head of
Another lot of the ''Faultless" five cent
cigars opened and ready for another week's
heavy work, at Korsmeyrr's, Sixth, near
'Jx! iseoPfi. OTlnra, the Phoenix
ifrutfinst, and Frank Galighcr left for Chi
cago, yesterday evening, where they will
remain several days.
John R. was taken Itefore Squire
Robinson, yesterday, and fined $ I ami costs,
for drunkenness. Cases of D and D. &. B.
as they are denominated for brevity's sake,
have multiplied quite rapidly, f late.
Sir. II. T. Gerould returned home
from Minneapolis, Minn., yesterday
evening, muclt improved in appearance
and health. He. was accompanied by
Mrs. Geo. Ramsey and child.
Jailer Cain had his chain gang abroad,
yesterday, digging a trench or drain in the
rear of Messrs. Maekic & Co., and Given.
VVood and Bennett's mills between Eigh
teenth and Twentieth streets.
Tom, one of the parties arrested on ac
count of his racket with A I, near The Bn.
i.f.tin office, was tried before Squire Robin
son, yesterday, and acquitted. Al took a
change of venue to Squire Comings, nr.d
was fined $" and costs.
Hon. John II. Mulkey of the Su
preme Bench, returned home, from Ottowa,
yesterday morning. He is looking well,
and has enjoyed good health during his
absence. He will remain in the city, we
arc told until, November.
A. J. Ba'um has opened one of the
finest oyster saloons iu the city and will
keep on hand nt all times fresh oysters,
served in any style, at all hours of the day
nigbt. No. 50 Ohio Lcvcc, uext to
Planters' House. ,
Leo Smith and John Brown, who were
arrested for maintaining a gambling house,
were tried before Squire Coinings, yester
day, and acquitted. Instead of playing
cards, they were around the table, they de
clare, talking about picking cotton.
Gustavus S. was brought out of the
calaboose, yesterday morning, to answer be
fore Souire Robinson for a disorderly
hunk. It not being an aggravating case
Gustavus wns let oil' with a fine of one dol
lar and the official perquisites.
Stcuart, the Eighth sttect.dry goods
man must have clcan'ed out some eastern
establishment, if we may judge by the
quantities of new goods that have been
coming all the week and continue to come
in boxes, bales, bundles and packages,
The negroes of the city and seme of
the poor whites ore- investing in second
hand clothing that is sold to them by a
8t ranger, as we learn, who but recently ar
rived in the city. It will greatly ficilitate
the salo of this clothing if the public is
advised where it came from.
A full and complete report oi all the
evidence in the Hogan murder case now on
trial, will be given inTiiF. Bri.i.wfx each
paper containing all the evidence ol the
previous day. Parties who are not regular
subscribers can obtain copies of the paper
nt the otliee or the book stores.
YVc would say something about the
1...1 -1 L -.1.. I , t.
new u.iuy gin uuoui which our incii'i liee-
tor evinces such a paternal pride and solie
Rude, if we were not restrained by the fear
that the, youngster would perversely turn
out a hoy, just to get us "mixed up" again
Hence, this sileuce.
Said a prominent citizen, in our hear
ing, yesterday, "I am astonished at the cor
ruption that attends the administration of
justice here. In saying this I relieve from
every suspicion of wrong doing every oili
cer connected with tlie court." What dh
he mean (
Our fellow citizen, C. R. Woodward,
called on Tiik Bcli.ktin looking healthy
and vigorous, und apparently improved by
liis season ol travel and relaxation. He
says that business East, in fact everywhere
is "booming," and at no time since the war
has tho country seemed more prosperous or
tho outlook more promising.
As many, certainly, as thirty or forty
Gooso Islanders happened In the city on
Tuesday, and more than two thirds of them
got themselves "caught on the jury," 1. p.,
they were summoned ns talesmen In the
Hogau-Arter murder case. Five of tlie
'lht Jurors accepted on that day were
from that predict.
CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1879.
Liz?.io Hughes, a cry foul-mouthed
colored woman, was sentenced tc- three
days' coufiiicmeut in tho county jail, for
attempting to corrupt tho witnesses In the
case of tho Peopl'o vs. Hamilton ana Mc
Knight. Had the court caught the foul re
mark she made, as she wns in the act of
retiring with the officer, her stay in jail
would have been 80 days iustend of three.
August Schrain, a passenger on the
Colorado, from some point below, reported
on his arrival in this city, that during the
preceding twenty-four hours ho had been
robbed of his wallet, containing two hun
dred dollars in currency. Ashe had no
well defined clue to the robber the chances
are largely against the recovery of any part
ot the money.
Mr. Tiers, who purchased1 two lots ad
joining Mr. J. 11 Reed's residence property,
lias commenced the erection thereon ot it
two storv frame residence. The lots were
included in Mr. Recti's enclosure and, for n
,timc, were under cultivation. The finest
magnolia tree in the city, is growing on tine
ofWiem. Mr. John A. Poor is building
the ii"t.e, and will have it ready for occu-
iinreV 111 im I unit tliirtv ilnvu
-At the Cereal stock YardiCday
At the CeYti stnnt v
f AV. W'T. !'M k.
M. Wntsou to
N. Williams 1 cow. .(i M0 3.2u
M..T. Carpenter to
F. Koehler 1 bull .... 0f5'-'"' 2.1.-
Same to L. Koehler 1 bull . . 2.00
Joe C'ark to
Lmiis Koehler 10 mixed 1.7o
Same to F. Koehler 2 " 2.00
Same to. I. Glade 4 ' , 2.50
One of our Irish citiens who lost his
wife, two 'or three years ago, met a country
ncouaintance yesterday, n:nl passiiv' the
compliments, etc. passed on. Seeming to
reeeollcet himself he suddenly turned upon
his heel and blurted out : "I say, Perkins,
haven't you got an old plug of a woman in
your neighborhood that feels in the hitch
in' way.'" Receiving a negative answer,
the individual in question still icmains
open to tlie advances of Cairo 'plug'."
The Cairo Casino have perfected ar
rangements for a grand bull in Turner hall,
on Thursday evening, the 2oth instant.
The management is iu the hands ot Louis
Driestman, Henry Hasenjager and John
Koehler, and every thing will be done to
render the occasion especially pleasant and
enjoyable. A fine string band wiih com
petent callers have been secured, and that
the cost may lie no obstacle in the way of
those who may desire to be present, tickets
are fixed at the low price of .( cents each.
The revolver with which Jim Mechnm
was assassinated lias been found. It was
sold, probably to the party who used it, by
Mr. Tower with Pan Hartmau. Only one
chamber was emptied. Mr. Towejs recol
lects loading it for ttu-mun who purchuwnl it,
and remembers answering questions, too, in
reference to the power of the weapon as a
man killer. This is a fair starting point,
and may lead to the arrest of the bloody
villain who committed the most shocking
and damnable deed.
A colored damsel, named Fanny Walk
er, is jealous, and not without cause. She
was brought out of the calaboose, yesterday
and escorted to the office of Squire Robin?
son where she was held to answer for nn
assault upon hei' "felluw," who, at the mo
ment of the attack, was maintaining inti
mate relations with "that nigirer Sallie."
As Fanny could make no valid defence, she
was mulcted ill the sum of " and costs,
the payment of which being secured Jy
her. she is now in a condition
o for her
Two colorul men named Tom and Al.
met at a late hour Tuesday niijht, in the
vicinity of Tiik Bi i.i.ktin office, and en
gaged iu a conversation, at first
friendly, then animated, then acri
monious nnd finally boisterous nnd
angry. Reaching the point where wonV
appcarod tame am1 impotent, the pair, as if
by common consent, commenced punching
one another's head. Before the heads were
seriously damaged, peacemakers nrrived on
the ground, and put the belligerents apart.
Roth of them were taken into custody and
held to answer.
-The bulies of the W. C. T. V. have
arrangement for their supper and
sociable in Rebim hull, lliis evening,
suicllleiitly advanced to assure them of
complete success in so far ns any responsi
bility altachi s to them, They have secured
an abundance of edibles: nnd only ask thnt
the masculine portion of the community
turnout and do Justice 'to tlie provision
they may make. That the ladies will
perforin their part and perform it well is
an assured thing, and ns tho object Is one
tlfat commends itself to every Well-wisher
of the Reform movement, a full hull and n
pleasant time arc reckoned upon ns a
The leading Democrats of this section
of the Stnte express the utmost confidence
In the ability of the Deinocratsto carry New
York, nnd to ell'ectually crush Tiiniinaiiy
out of existence. This belief is inspired,
in n measure, by tho fact that Samuel J.
Tildeti has linked his political destiny with
Hint of Robinson, and partly because of t10
fact thut Cornell is obnoxious to a large
and respectable element of the Republican
party, and can draw no compensating lup
from outside sources. This is a very com.
forting view of matters in the Empire
State, and is, we confess, Rometliin more
than idle peculation. Tine iVmnx U
hopciul, but not confident.
Tho Cairo public!' schools will open
October Oth. Tho jbuildiugs will bo
thoroughly-aired and! renovated in ; tho
meantime, necessary repairs aud improve
ments having been mado during the vaca
tion. Trof. Alvord bus been retained as tho
principal, aud Miss Kato Thompson has
consented to take charge of the Grammar
school on Thirteenth street. We regret to
add, however, that Miss Rogers declined a
re-engagement in tho Eleventh street
primary. Sho was an micjcccptionnblo
teacher of little ones, nud the Board of
Education will bo most fortunate indeed if
it succeeds iu securing a primary teacher
who, iu all tilings, enn fill her place. Tho
other departments will, in the main, bo put
under tho control of tho old assistants.
Since the extension of the Mississippi
Central R. R. to a point opposite Cairo, in
Kentucky, und of the St. Louis, Iron Moun
tain nud Southern to u convenient point In
Missouri, the country, tributary to Cairo and
traversed uy those great thoroughfares, hits
undergone a marked improvement. Popu
lation has poured in from all quarters, furrf
have leencuj oirt o. Wl&WSi and
JCntiiterablc villages have grown into ex
istence at short intervals alon the line of
both roads. That the business of Cairo
has been greatly benefitted, as u conse
quenceits mercantile business directly
and all other departments indirectly, is not
to be questioned or denied. But the ques
tion arises, cannot that business be greatly
augmented ' Parties living in convenient
localities iu both Missouri aud Kentucky
express the opinion that if the roads named
would put on accommodation trains, and so
regulate the trips ami the fare that farmers
and others, living wit'nin n hundred miles of
Cairocould make the trip in day, at a greatly
reduced cost, and have as much as three or
four hours of time to devote to business in
Cairo, that, if all this should be done, in
due time the accommodation trains would
Aiore than pay their expenses, :uid that the
business contributions to our merchants,
hotel-keepers, etc., would soon be increased
a hundred per cent. The entirely suicess
ful management of tl,e M. C. and tho St.
L., I M., and S. roads serves to render any
suggestions from nn outsider somewhat pre
sumptions; but we feel that we can say.
with entire propriety, that the opiuioa pre
vails quite gem-rally that special trains
would very soon sustain themselves, if not
at once. That they would contribute
largely to the business ot Cairo and the
popularity of tlie roads, we feel ab?ohHy
OX TRIAL FOR MURDER.
I O.Vn.NH.1) lit l OiiT To S1X I IM: A .ILIiV I.N
TIIK HOUAN Ml KDfCi: CASK TKX .11 I!o:s
OIIT.WXKD A HINDU!'.) TAI.KSMI-..S' HIOM
THE IOI NTUV TO Wil'MCT THIS MuU.MNO.
On the call of the court yesterday morn-
iiK the effort to sectire 11 jury iu tlie cosr
of the People vs. John Hogan was resumed.
After an hour and a hall's examination, the
Sheriff reported the supply of talesmen ex
hausted. The prosecution made two pir
emptory challenges, and all the balance
proved to be incompetent, mainly because
they had formed and expressed an opinion
concerning' tlie guilt or innocence of the
prisoner. At 11 o'clock, the court
adjourned over until 2 o'clock
p.m., under the impression that, by that
lime the talesmen summoned in tlie country
would be on hand. The number of jurors
remained the same as in the morning, being
four short of a full panel.
At two o'clock court convened auain.
Six talesmen had come in from the country
and two from the city. Upon these the at
torneys commenced work. The first man
examined proved incompetent. The second
one, George Miller, from Sandusky, was
accepted. Five more were examined, all
of whom proved incompetent because of
opinions to which they had given expression.
The eighth man. .b.hn Hardin, of Olive
Branch, proved acceptable to both parties,
and was added to the jury, swelling the
number to ten, and leaving two to obtain
Under the expectation that the Narrow
gauge freight might arrive and bring in r.
number of those who had been summoned
from the country, mutters wre permitted
to drag somewhat, until 4 o'clock. The
court then re-ch.irged the jury about hold-
ing communication wmi out-uters, ine
Ial!it1' or each other respecting tiie case in
hand; nnd seeing no prospect of any fur
ther country arrivals, ordered an adjourn
ment ol court until this morning, SilJO
It was confidently expected thai, the jury
would be completed immediately after
the meeting of the court ntter din
ner, ns the bailiffs sent
out were directed to visit the remote
neighborhoods, where they would be most
likely to find men who had not heard of the
homicide In the expectation that such ma
terial to choose from would be on hand ami
that, therefore, the jury would be promptly
filled up, tho witnesses for the defence were
ordered to report, and. several of them put
in an nppearauce. Butnswe have shown,
they were not wauled.
Wc give below the names of the jurors
selected, viz: John Lewis, Goose Island; A.
B, Finch, Horse Shoe; Nick Worlhington,
Goose Island; Andrew Reed, Goose Island;
John McKee, Cairo; James Dickerson,
Goose Island; 1). D. V. Payne, Cairo; J. E,
Walker, Goose Island ; George Miller, Snu
dusky, and John Hardin, Olive Branch.
You suss it If you buy clothing nnd
furnishing goods, anywhere except of A.
Marx, the favorite clothier, 01, Ohio Levee,
DOUBLE MURDER AND SUICIDE.
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MICUAFX 1UX8, LATE OK CAIUO, MCUDEllS HIS
1IEU IIAUE HANS THEN J1I.OWS OCT
IMS OWN UHAINH.
Wo givo bolow the full particulars 'of the
Macon, Mo., horror, of which wc gave an
intimation Tuesday. The particulars will
possess a peculiar Interest to the people of
Cairo, becauso Rans formerly lived here aud
was well known to tmr people. Wc copy
the St Louis Globc-Democrats's Macon
special. It is dated Monday, nnd reads us
"Macon was horrified th'u woruing at tho
report that John Rans, an employe of the
wagon factory, hud killed bis wife nnd
tl committed suicide' owiH
o jir'tnowiuij' bis
brains out. Yomrpspondeut hastened
to tho spot, aafTftjuml the report only too
true, for 0(5, one bed lay tho wife and little
babe, sk and cold, while irom an ugly
Wttcwotind in the forehead of the wifu
wfls oozing a horrible strem of blood and
flirains. The wife lay in a sleeping posture,
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mm iil-i i.iit- iai uiioj ouiieu 111 uie jiiiaov.
She never knew what killed her, ns the
position seemed to indicate that she was
asleep tit the time her husband aimed the
fatal shot. Not three feet away lay the
little corpse of the infant Johnnie Rans, a
little babe eleven months old, smothered
under the dying and Head body of its
mother. On the other side of the room,
but not further than four feet faun the
corpse of the wife, lay tho IkmIv of the
suicide, John Rans. He was lying across
the bed, witht his feet upon the lloor, ami
bis head lay weltering in an unsightly mass
ot blood and brains, which bad covered the
side of the bed and dropped
to tin- fioor. congealing itself.
The lsi.ly lay on its back, with bis
hands lying on his hips. Near his right
hand lay ihe instrument of death, a Aim-
mon revolver, with two spent carti iges in
it. It was supposed that poverty was the
cause, hut this was dispelled. Ukiu search
$'72 in cash was found iu a bureau-drawer
also a life insurance policy paid up until
and some notes of minor value.
tut. (onoNF.r. s iNyt r.sT
developed the following facts: Mr,
Tomlhis"!!, tiio first man 0:1 the scene of
the murder, said that early this morning he
was called to the door by Bans' little girl,
who sai'l that sonu Hung was tne matter
with her papa and mamma, nsfliey wouldn't
wake up when she called them. He im
mediately repaired to the scene and called
at tne tico-room uoor. out on roceivinir no
response went in nnd found them stark
and coid. weltering in tlieir bloot,
:fl he immediately summoned the Coroner.
Did not hear any shot nor any umisual
noise. Mr. ami Mrs. Bins did not get
alomr very well.
Charles Hardwick. one of Rans' fellow
workmen in the factory, said he had known
Raus for sever.! years; that he came from
Cairo here, and boarded a while with him
befoie he moved his familv out. Rans
tol I him that w hen his wife came he must
not take any otl'euse at anything she should
say, as she was not in her right mind.
The witie-ss said that he was working with
Bans, an i in-Bans, said. "I am tired of
living. I wish to God I was dead. I
am n it ''oin' to
STAND THIS Ml'lll I.ONOKU.
If it don't end I am going to end it. I am
no accMint to myself or any one eWe."
Sadie Bans, daughter of 1U0 victim, nyed
six and ci;"-ha!f years, wns then put upon
the stand, a bright little girl, but she did
not seem to appreciate the situation, or
know le.w to-day's tragedy had robbed her
of her p. rents. She said : "I do not L-nr.w
how old I am: I attend the public school; I
was at In me with papa am! mamma all day
yesreniat: heard papa and mamma Miking
loud, but don't know what they were talk
ing abniu; the little baby wns very sick, so
.va Doil e, my IPtlc sister; I slept in bed
with, inMiiina, behind her, and the baby
.slept in f ont of her: papa slept in ft bed by
himself; I did not hear any noise in the
uilit; did not hear a gun go off; there was
nobody l;ere last night; I slept sound; when
I got up I cried; I took the baby from in
front of mamma nud put it behind; they
would not none of hem wake up; I could
Ice anv of them.
1 WENT J1ACKT0 r.ED
awhile; then I rout and told Mr. Tom'in
soii that there was something the matter
with pupa and mamma j it was" light when
I waked up first; I did not hear the baby
cry; it felt cold to me; papa nnd mamma
did not scold me any yesterday.
Other witnesses corroborated Mr. Tom
linson. No cause is known for the terrible
de.-d, hut insanity is the supposed cause, as
Runs had been sick for several weeks past,
und was afraid he would lose his position.
In accordance with the evidence adduced,
the jury brought in the following verdict.
We, the jury, etc., do find : 1. That the
smid John Bans came to his death of suicide
by shooting himself with a pistol, a. That
the said Mary R. Rans came to her death
by ft pistol shot in the forehead, fired by
her husband, John Bans. 3. Thnt the
child, Johnnie Rans, came to its death by
being suffecated by the body of its mother,
Mary R. Rans. 4. We, the jury, further
believe from tho evidence in the case that
the snid John Runs was insane at the time
of the nets committed by him in the snid
has caused great excitement here. Rans'
friends in Cairo, 111., were telegraphed and
nre expected. He has a half-brother liv-
ing, but hU whereubout are not known.
Thetrio will be burled to-morrow.
Just received and kept constantly on hand,
Faust's celebrated Diamond Brand, at 50
Ohio Levee, uext to Planters' House.
Oysters served at all hours, day or night.
NOTICE TO SALOON KEEPERS .AND
You ore hereby notified not to give, sell
or in any manner furnish liquor of any kind
to my htisbnnd, J. J. Fuller. Any one dis
regarding this notice will be. prosecuted to
the full extent of the law governing in these
cases. Jennie Frui rt.
The regular examinations will be held on
the' first Saturday of each month iu tho
County Treasurer's ofiico at the court house,
and on Friday and Saturday, the 3d and
4th of October, an examination will be held
at the high school building for the accom
modation of our city teachers, commencing
promptly nt 0 o'clock a. m.
Miis. P. L. Taylok,
Comity Superintendent Alexander County.
Cuirc. Sept. 2:;d, 1S7D.
It will pay you to await the opening of
nn entire new stock, consisting of men's,
boys' nnd children's clothing, furnishing
goods and the J. B. Met son hats. ete. A.
Marx, the successful, clothier, 01 Ohio
. Beautiful Buse Burners, the Argand and
Garland: for beauty an I excellence they are
unsurpassed. Also the fatuous Charter
Oak cook stove, and all kinds of coal or
wood heating' nnd cook stoves, the largest
stock ever brought to this market at
C. W. Hevdeusov's,
Commercial avenue, corner Twelfth St.
The fashionable boot and shoe maker,
takes pleasure in announcing to his o'.d ju
trons and to the pu!!ic generally.th.it he
can still be found at his shop in the Athe
neum building, where he is prepan.d to
make to order, boot., or shoes of the latest
style from the best material mil of the
finest workmanship. As he uses nothing
but A No. 1 M.x-k, all of his work wid be
warranted as represented, or no sale.
SPECIAL BLMXIS NOTICES
Gr-o. OTIaiia has just received n new
invoice of Forbes' Pads. No. 1 i a sure
cure for fevers, jlumdice. chills etc. No. 3
cures kidney disease (,f all kinds" Price
'only one dollar.
Axti Br.ii.iM Prices At the barber
shop of J. (uo. Stcinhousc, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, easy chair, all
the late papers, clean towels, keen r.vors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory woik. Prices: Shaving. 10
cents; Hair-cut. 2i cents; Shampooing,
Co cents. Give him n call.
A. Maux, in New York, purchased
the finest stock of men's, boy' and
children's clothing, cur brought to I'alro.
Mark that. '
A I.I. ADVKRTISKMKNTS In this cl-imc. f
IV llv line each or u ill In- puullslud f,,r'.-i
u'Ms ei-ri liio-rtion; 1 month. 1..V;:; months ie
out dun-. $1,011 r iiK.ntb. Each a,!i!i!u:i.il
Hue. j citils. MluatioiiB u anted free.
A lare solid Milium vtarhrohe. Price rfl.
Enqulri-of Mrs. Burnett. No :ii Tenth sireer
Hol'SK r'i-Ii .SALE.
Coltnte r.v::,. sound tliiihrri.. civ to muve
Wnnt tne lot :icateil, Kaipilre lit Till! P.riiir(
ITKNMIKl) i.'ooys KOI! RE N'T
Two liirnWicd room ui rent, nitli or wlti i. it
hui.nl Ajipiv at Mr-. ritj-mU. corner it
I neifth niul l'ophr
Fob SAl.K-Sepiirately or together, a Set of Pinj' '
harness, a new. hiiicv -ui.!iiou and a l.nWv wmi.'
Appiy al HahcHu hluderv. Juk F lit hkk
IlKAIHifAUTERS I'OI! KINK Alt! IIE."Y(i(uI.S
f. j. IKNDEKso.Vs. ivmmcrcla! an-i.. c "
lier I wclliu t reel
cine steel cnuravlii-'.. for
oo p i 01 .ue puoili-lK-K tot leH tin,,, 1)0 ouch.
"l '.'"SO "T ?!" each, or (he four fr
v- -I , . or. u, i.i.hi.n uiuilerv.
4'JI 01 I.w,lr.. , Tn . U
u vKisnnHpurrha.ei. of rteiil Estate tn Cairn
should he sure they l,:u pood title. 1 , , ;
prepared to furnish abstracts at rea.oiwM,. r"tV
M. KASTKIIDA y
lUlevlu Court lloii.e.
A No. 1 liar-room aud shelving (or ..nice fnriil
lure) Is for sle cheap AIo many other liar-'
fixtures. Kiuitilreoft'hur:.'. s, h,., .,n. ..n, comer
Ten Hi street and Wiishin-'olinvenuc.
Deltuorico Holel. Cairo. Illinois. I.llieral terms
to a kooiI tenant. Apply to
tiJiEKA .v (.11. nr. 1(1.
Att'ys, Cairo. Ills.
I F YOU WANT YOUR HORSES SHOD
1 IX FIRST CLASS STYLE
He lins nlwavs the host workmen employed ami
will always plvo you satisfaction Iu horses that
Interferes' or fores. .
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Commercial Avi im near Tlxtli Street.
CStVK HIM A TUIAIi.